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Where are Britain's highest tax bills?
  • St Albans come in second on the list with a total income tax bill of £10,900 per person.
  • Windsor and Maidenhead came third with a total income tax bill of £10,200 per person.
  • The Surrey town of Guildford was fourth on the list with a total income tax bill of £9,830 per person.
  • England's capital city came fifth with a total income tax bill of £8,580 per person.
  • Wokingham has a total income tax bill of £7,490 per person. Putting it in sixth place.
  • Dacorum in Hertfordshire comes in joint sixth place with a total income tax bill of £7,490 per person.
  • The leafy towns of Reigate and Banstead have a total income tax bill of £7,000 per person.
  • Tonbridge and Malling take joint seventh spot with a total income tax bill of £7,000 per person.
  • Wycombe comes last in the top ten with a total income tax bill of £6,820 per person.
  • A small corner of leafy Surrey has taken the top spot in the league table of the highest income tax bills per person. Residents of Elmbridge pay an astonishing £1.18 billion in income tax every year. That puts a number of the major cities in the shade.
    The leafy towns of Esher, Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames are filled with mansions, private estates, country clubs, golf courses, and riversides packed with millionaires. The proximity of Chelsea's training ground in Cobham has also brought well-paid sportsmen to the area.